Found - situations where the dead have been seen: I'm in Moscow with my mom staying at my mom's friend's house for 5 days. Today we were on our way to the mall and behind an ice cream stand there was a dead person(I can't say which gender, since I saw from the car, most likely a man) half covered with a plastic black bag. There was police tape and police and ambulances on the scene. When I saw the body, I got the chills. It wasn't as bad at first, but it's getting worse.
I was walking to lunch from my office. I stopped at the light on the corner of Dearborn and Randolph and noticed a small crowd accruing near the alley across the street from the Goodman. Curious as I am, I walked over to check out the fuss. Low and behold a strewn body in the middle of the alley, clearly deceased. There was a sheet over the upper body but I could still see the legs. Weird.
I am a doctor ,often see dead body in hospital! you can imagin that he or she has gone to the heaven!
My 9 yr old son and 7 yr old daughter found the neighbor's dead body in his home. The door was unlocked and they walked in after knocking on the door with no response. When the kids came running to me crying I couldn't understand what they were saying, so I went in, and sure enough, he was in there. The body was decomposing and unrecognizable, he had been dead at least 5 days. I knew something was wrong the second I walked through the door and smelled it. He was a single man in his late forties, and I believe he has a drug habit.
I was designated to poke my dead uncle to make sure he was dead.
So I'm driving to work on the freeway, I look across to the other side of the road when a gap in the trees appears and there's a van facing the wrong way, with police and ambo cars all stopped and traffic is stopped. I could see straight through the damaged van, to see the driver slumped in his seat. Being as there was only a little bit of damage to the van I'd say he must have lost it in the wet weather, hit something and spun out. There was no blood so I'm guessing he copped a heavy hit to the head. It's a bit unnerving, although I know I'm not the first person on this site to experience death but the moment I saw the poor guy I knew he was dead and it really hit me. The poor bloke was probably doing nothing wrong and probably made an unfortunate decision in wet weather which cost him his life. My condolences to anyone here who has ever lost a loved one - be it in a car accident or anything else.
I was a Galveston today at the beach and apparently a man shot himself...